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The Minimalist EVA Chair by Anderssen & Voll

November 18, 2010 Filed Under: Furniture
The Minimalist EVA Chair by Anderssen & Voll

The EVA chair was created by Norwegian design Anderssen & Voll. First launch of Anderssen & Voll will be a series of furniture called “Eva”, especially designed for Juvet Landskapshotell in Norway. “Eva” draws inspiration from the sensation of living in the forrest floor between mossy rocks, ferns and tree trunks. It also draws inspiration from the archetypes folkloristic... 

Usuki House By Tonoma in Hyougo, Japan

May 15, 2010 Filed Under: House
Usuki House By Tonoma in Hyougo, Japan

At first, when I enter at the entrance on the south side, the soft light coming in the corridor that I bent. Through the opening of the west, so that’s impressive space was born. There tokonoma from the south side and north side yard in the western Japanese-style room entrance, and there is life living in a family from the east entrance. Living and Dining room characterized by the placement of... 

House in Saijo By Suppose Design Office in Saijo,Higashihiroshima,Hiroshima,Japan

April 21, 2010 Filed Under: House
House in Saijo By Suppose Design Office in Saijo,Higashihiroshima,Hiroshima,Japan

This site is a field that previously, and bearing strata in meters side.Therefore one minus the land, we think the support is not in accordance with the composition of soil improvements, but half the land from the original plan. Residual soil by digging the soil was used for the manufacture of a hill, it allows the function of the park on the outside and keep them from their privacy, the home environment.... 

La Reserva House By Sebastian Irarrazaval in La Reserva, Colina, Chile

May 31, 2010 Filed Under: House
La Reserva House By Sebastian Irarrazaval in La Reserva, Colina, Chile

In connection with the materials, the building recognizes the inherent uncertainty and can not be avoided weathering as a continuation of the development process rather than as an antagonistic force it. This volume is worse is covered with steel plates that create a double facade into heat and therefore increase the ventilation space between, freshen the inside wall. This is a low-cost housing, 140... 

Willis Headquarters at Lime Street By Foster + Partners in 51 Lime Street, London

May 25, 2010 Filed Under: Architecture
Willis Headquarters at Lime Street By Foster + Partners in 51 Lime Street, London

These two buildings developed as a series of overlapping curved shells, while the portion that is set in three steps. Roof terrace overlooking the square below the two steps can be accessed directly from the office. Both buildings have a central core to the open floor plates provide maximum use and flexibility. Foster + Partners just told us that the new Willis headquarters in Lime Street in London...